Only a tenor would do the job, an alto or bari would be too short. Imagine what would happen if you forced your mouthpiece right on to the cork, then multiply the effect.SearjeantSax said:i would be happy with any neck, tenor or alto or baritone
Dude, in your original post you just asked for a replacement neck for a tenor. We're not mind readers ...SearjeantSax said:i know that!!!! i aint stupid!
i just want to try recorking necks and stuff, a tenor neck would be great! but i would just like any neck to practise recorking respringing and repadding on,
but i am still looking for a neck for my tenor aswell
What configuration is your sax in? Is it a Selmer copy? Does it have the older brass wire octave key? Does it have a Conn-type underslung octave key? Whats the tenon outside diameter (.xxx")? Chances are there are many necks that could fit, but we need to know what we're talking about.SearjeantSax said:i am looking for a rough old cheep tenor neck that could fit a rene guenot (??)
tenor, i dont care about the condition as long as it is rescuable with no major dents.